Here we are, folks. A new decade in the ongoing timeline of our lives. Where does it find you? Where am I finding myself? It's hard to boil down to words, but I'm going to try because I believe when it comes to things you care about, it's important to be as specific as possible. … Continue reading New Decade’s Declaration
Delightfully Violent Shakespeare
It’s not very often I’m a part of something that I would call “creepy” or even use that word in a description, but here we are, in the middle of October and that's the word I’m going with. Of course I could use a wealth of Halloween-tinged adjectives for the play I’m currently rehearsing, because … Continue reading Delightfully Violent Shakespeare
“New Leaf” Blooms Opportunity (from Minnesota Playlist)
New Leaf's play development journey to get more local work on more stages Director Ricardo Beaird (Left) leads warm ups with Vincent Hannam (Up), Marci Lucht (Down), and Lynda Dahl (Right); Photo by Denzel Belin by Denzel Belin, September 6, 2019 There is no doubt that new plays draw interest in the theater community. Season … Continue reading “New Leaf” Blooms Opportunity (from Minnesota Playlist)
Anne Frank: Understanding/Understudy
After I closed Sense and Sensibility not too long ago, I delved into the next project 2019 had in store for me, and it stood in stark contrast to the light-hardheartedness of the Jane Austen classic. This was The Diary of Anne Frank, the play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett based on Anne Frank's … Continue reading Anne Frank: Understanding/Understudy
Shakespeare and Middleton – Unite!
Ah, autumn... when the leaves fall and... freeze to the ground under the snow? Ah, Minnesota... So besides the weather, what changes does the season have in store for me? I’m thrilled to announce I'm in rehearsals for Measure for Measure and Women Beware Women, two Jacobean classics running in rep, presented by Classical Actors Ensemble. Diane Mountford … Continue reading Shakespeare and Middleton – Unite!
Romeo: Ah, Dear Juliet…
In just a few weeks I will have the enormous pleasure to portray Romeo in Mission Theatre Company's Romeo and Juliet! The show is directed by Penelope Parsons-Lord and will be at the Crane Theater in Minneapolis from June 2 - 17. What excites me most about doing this show is the chance to breathe … Continue reading Romeo: Ah, Dear Juliet…
Merry Christmas, ya Filthy Animal
With the turning of the calendar into November, I guess you can finally say that it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Especially if you're in the theatre world, you're either currently rehearsing a holiday show or determining when you can go see A Christmas Carol (I've got two right now - A Christmas … Continue reading Merry Christmas, ya Filthy Animal
Happy Opening to the cast and crew of Clybourne Park at Yellow Tree Theatre! This was an opportunity that came my way last summer in the midst of moving to Minneapolis and in the thick of Fringe and The Matchmaker (where I first worked with the wondrous Craig Johnson and Dan Hopman). I remember feeling … Continue reading Clybourne Park
The Matchmaker in Minneapolis
I am VERY pleased to finally announce that I will be making my Twin Cities theatre debut this July in Thornton Wilder's classic, THE MATCHMAKER, from Girl Friday Productions! I will be playing the role of Barnaby Tucker in a large and talented cast, headed by Craig Johnson our director. Following my year in Lanesboro at … Continue reading The Matchmaker in Minneapolis